Lessons for Plant Reproduction

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  • Everything in Its Place: Science Classification - … the plant. d. Parts and functions or vascular plants: roots, stems, and buds, leaves e. Photosynthesis f. Plant reproduction g. Asexual reproduction h. Sexual reproduction by spore-bearing plants i. Photosynthesis is an important life process that occurs in plant cells, but …
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  • Life Cycles and Insects - … do you think made the difference? 7. 8. Lesson Three: Plant reproduction (approximately 50 minutes) A. Daily Objectives 1. Concept Objectives a … Sound Off (the parts about the life cycle and about plant reproduction) to formulate oral questions for students to answer aloud. This … (weekends, too!) Lesson Three Plant reproduction Turn eggs daily Lesson Four Traveling seeds Fill in Seed Germination Chart Plant sunflower seeds Turn eggs …
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  • Plants - … complete description of the reproduction of spore bearing plants can be found in part 2 of this unit, Plant Reproduction. 13. Optional: Examine spores … a new plant. A more complete description of seed fertilization can be found in part two of this unit, Plant Reproduction. 20. Have the students draw and label these seeds including: seed coat, embryo, cotyledon, stored food. 21. Have students plant the …
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  • Five Little Seeds - … plants b. Seed dissection II. The Structure of a plant lesson a. Parts of a plant b. Function of the plant parts III. Plant reproduction a. Reproduction parts of a plant b. Pollination IV. Plant life cycle lesson a. What is a plant
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  • Plants 2: Plant Propagation - … plants reproduce sexually, but can be forced to reproduce asexually. The first lesson in the series, Plants 1: Plant Parents, discusses sexual reproduction in plants, while this one discusses asexual reproduction. Asexual reproduction in plants is referred to as … addition, it would be helpful to have reference books on plant reproduction available for use during class discussions. Gardening books may also …
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  • Growing Pains - … parts of a plant. They then grow their own plants to assess the difficulties in assisting a plant's growth and reproduction. Author(s … Once the plant has reached a suitable height, students should consider strategies for assisting the plant in reproduction. Students might place the plant outdoors … , abrupt, arboretums Extension Activities: 1. Diagram the processes involved in plant reproduction. In your diagrams, differentiate between sexual and asexual (self) pollination …
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  • From Seed to Shining Seed - … bulbs and tubers. All plant life cycles contain an adult stage (maturity), which reproduces and creates new, young plants (reproduction). The point at which the seed, spore, bulb or tuber becomes a new plant is called germination. Death … : Various plant seeds, bulbs, tubers, spores and cuttings, plant pots, potting soil and picture cards of plant life cycles. Vocabulary: germination maturity reproduction death …
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  • Flower Power - … Overview: Flowers, the reproductive organs of plants, show amazing variety of sizes, shapes, and colors. The diversity of plants we observe today is … of flowers culminates this exploration. Subject Matter: Biology, (flower structure, plant reproduction) Learning Objectives: • Students will be able to explain flower function … change through time. Key concepts include a) how genetic variation, reproductive strategies, and environmental pressures impact the survival of populations; BIO …
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  • Plants 1: Plant Parents - … that most plants usually reproduce sexually. Students will learn the parts of the flower and the process of sexual reproduction in plants. Context … about reproduction in plants. This lesson covers how most plants normally reproduce - sexually. The second Science NetLinks lesson in this series, Plants 2: Plant Propagation … lesson with the second in this Science NetLinks series on plant reproduction, Plants 2: Plant Propagation. The rest of the Smithsonian's Partners in …
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  • Plant Pollination - … their functions and 2. understand the importance of pollen for plant reproduction and diversity. Materials * For the class: Dissecting microscope * Computers with … and entertaining book describes the reproductive processes of garden plants. She pays special attention to the ways plants attract pollinators, paralleling their activities … , when planted, can grow into new flowering plants. petal Definition: One of the modified leaves of a flower that protects its reproductive organs …
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